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NiteRider Lightning Bug 3.0 Light

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5 5

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Description

Three lights are better than one.

The NiteRider Lightning Bug 3.0 Light features three bright little LEDs to keep you visible to motorists during your late-night jaunt across town and training rides gone long. Easy-to-mount rubber fasteners make it a breeze to take on and off. The size makes it easy to store in a jersey pocket or messenger bag till you need it.

The NiteRider Lighting Bug 3.0 Light comes in White, Red, Pink, Green, Blue, and Black.

Tech Specs

Bulb Type:
LED
Power Source:
batteries
Claimed Weight:
36 g
Recommended Use:
avoiding being on the 5 o'clock news

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4 5

Lightning bug 3.0

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Good backup light. Weighs next to nothing and is perfect for when you come home a little later than you thought you would. Just enough light to get you home safe. Kids love them too !

3 5

Small, easy to install but not bright

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this for my daughter bike so we can ride in the evening for dessert after dinner. She love the color and how easy to mount it but she complained that she cannot road ahead or any obstacles so we have to user larger NR lights on her bike. Great for trail with street lamp so you can been seen but not in dark street. Great as gift and the price is reasonable.

5 5

Be seen!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This compact light weight light is great for being seen when riding at night. Sure it is not a night riding light to brighten your path, but it will help ensure motorists see you when you are riding at night. The 3 modes; bright, dim, and flash all work well and the flash is awesome for making you visible from a distance. For the price this is the best light I have ever owned on the commuter.

5 5

Front Light POWER!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This light is a bright LED that will allow cars and passerby's to see you at night. This is definitely a light to be seen not one to illuminate the road. It does provide enough to see some of the road but more or less is so cars do not hit you! Great light and great power output!

5 5

I Own Two!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought one of these little buggers. This light is bright enough for riding in city traffic at night, it's super tough (I crash sometimes), and it's easy to attach/remove in a hurry. Just keep one stash in your backpack or riding bag and you'll always have a way to be a little more visible at night. Going stealth is only cool if you're a plane.

4 5

Small and handy

I love the miniature size and ease, but tight grip attachment. Not the brightest as others have mentioned, but plenty bright to be seen.

5 5

easy

gets the job done and makes you seen by cars like Matt said, not so much for lighting up the road in front of you. it wraps around most any handlebar and super easy to use

5 5

Be seen

I love how small this light is. I often just leave it on the bar. Then if I get stuck in the dark I can be seen by cars and get home. This light is so cars can see you. Not much good for seeing the road in the dark. It is bright enough it could get you home in a pinch but you would have to go slow and it would not be much fun. If you need a light to see the street on your bike then spend more money and get a real light. It is about the size of a wrist watch face.

4 5

nice light

Decent light. Stays where it needs to and does an ok job lighting your path. I think of it more as a light to alert traffic rather than one to guide you, but for the price it does what it needs.

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5 5

Great Price, Easy to Use.

Great product that's easy to use and small enough to slip into your pocket unnoticed. Perfect for a late night ride home from the bar or early ride to work. Its not a light you should use to do actual MTB riding but a light that will get you home in a pinch. Its significantly better then no light but nothing close to having a purpose built riding light. Hope that helps!

5 5

Handy little bike light

Really small and handy. Able to attach easily to handlebar on bike or to helmet. Light output from this little thing was also decent. Very happy with purchase.

5 5

nice light!

This light is bright and easy to take on and off. It's lightweight and easy to carry with you, so you won't forget it. Best front light I've tried so far.

Write your question here...Is this thing...

Posted on

Write your question here...Is this thing bright enough to use to see the road ahead? Or is it really just a blinker to keep you visible to cars etc?

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I typically break lights into the "to see" and the "to be seen" categories and this one would certainly fall in the "to be seen" bucket.

That said, this is a welcome handlebar accessory for leisurely bike path navigation in the pitch black of night. In my experience it lights enough to accommodate speeds around 12mph, any faster and I get scared and wish for a brighter light.

Responded on

I had this for my daughter's bike and it is not bright enough to see ahead. Good to be seen and maybe very short visibility. I would not recommend in dark places without any street lamp. We had to use a bigger light for us so she can obstacles and road in front of her.

What are the specs for the CR2450 batteries...

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What are the specs for the CR2450 batteries for this light (and for the flashing red post light, same manufacturer)? 575 mAh? 600? 3V? Purchased these from you recently and would like to get extra batteries.Thanks.

Responded on

I just found out that the "cherry bomb"tail light uses triple A batteries, not Li batteries. Question still remains: Which CR2450 battery in terms of capacity/voltage (mAh or V) is needed for this device?

Best Answer Responded on

This Light requires 2 CR2450, 3V, 600mah.